Thor: Ragnarok is a science fiction movie shot by MARVEL UNIVERSE-STUDIOS in 2017. The director of the film is Taika Waititi. The budget allocated for the film is 190 million dollars and the revenue is $854 million. Let’s talk a little bit about the actors in the movie. Chris Hemsworth plays Thor, the main hero in the movie. Cate Blanchett is Hela, the goddess of death, who plays Thor’s sister. Tom Hiddleston is Loki, Thor’s half-brother. Mark Ruffalo plays the crazy character Hulk in the movie. Anthony Hopkins plays Odin, everyone’s father. Idris Elba plays the famous character Heimdall. Tessa Thompson plays Valkyrie, the legend of the film. There are many such players, but there isn’t a need to mention all of them. Let’s talk a little bit about the film.
Thor appears in Surtur’s prison at the beginning of the movie. Thor takes off Surtur’s crown and returns to Asgard. When Thor returns to Asgard, he learns that Loki disguised as Odin and that Loki left the real Odin to Midgard. Loki and Thor travel to Midgard to find Odin with the Bifrost. When Odin was in Midgard, he tells his children that they have an older sister and that she brought an apocalypse. Odin dies after he says this, and Hela comes right after. Thor throws his hammer at Hela, and she smashes it by holding it in the air. Thor and Loki try to go near Bifrost after this incident, but in the passage, Hela, Thor, and Loki are thrown into space and go to Asgard. Hela goes to Asgard and reaches eternal power. Hela kills all the soldiers in Asgard and revives her army.
When we reach the end of the movie, Thor reaches full strength and fights Hela, Thor can’t beat Hela but Surtur can beat Hela. Loki puts Surtur’s crown in eternal flame and Surtur destroys Asgard and Hela. Thor and his people set out for Midgard but encounter Thanos on their way.
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